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33 RV Parks near Williams, Oregon
We did however find 33 campgrounds within 25 miles of Williams. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Williams in the left hand column.
Jun 2017 - $28.00
Needed to use the dump station upon arrival. Drove through the park twice and had to have the owner take us there as it wasn't signed. Owner gave us site numbers to look for. Only problem was that most of the sites didn't have numbers on them. It was very difficult to find a spot. We were the only overnighters there (we stayed two nights). There were about 6 people living there. We had a scary experience with a young man who approached us as we sat outside our trailer. He kept moving closer to us as he talked. He obviously knew the person who lived a few sites away. After talking with us he went back to the neighbor's and then they both stood in the driveway talking. Then the neighbor walked down the driveway of empty site next to us, looking our way. It seemed like they were trying to decide if they were going to rob us or do something else. The people who run this place are very nice people but it seems like it has gotten too much for them to handle. - Pam Carpenter
Jul 2015 - $0.00
This place is a joke . All the sites are dirt or gravel. If you have a rig over 30 feet, don't even try. We asked for a 30 amp site. The owner said he had a couple of them. One was full of junk and he wasn't sure if the other one worked. Each site we looked at had a coffee can full of cigarette butts. We had our grandkids with us. We drove through and left. Would not stay there if this the last place to stay. - Foglesong
Apr 2015 - $25.00
This is a campgrd, not a paved parking lot- style RV park. Creekside, lots of trees. Very quiet in April with few other campers. Grounds & restroom/shower very clean. - Taco stand
Sep 2019 - $45.00
Two words: tight pack. The site pad is really long but the way the sites are arranged put the guy next to us about 4 feet away. Some rigs had the awnings nearly touching. Our site pad was so narrow that the tires were barely on the pad on both sides. The tows and extra vehicles were parked so close to the road because of the short sites that the road was very hard to navigate even for our little Jeep. It's an old park so the trees are really big and there's a lot of shade. The trees also contribute to the difficulty navigating the roads. The bathrooms are OK. There's a code but the doors are propped open so the code is meaningless. They water the grass so much that there's a lot of mud. The wifi is spotty, the cable doesn't work very well and our phones had one bar (sometimes). The electric and water supply are at the end of the site behind the rig. You need long cords and hoses. - Linda dlm
Sep 2019 - $37.00
Not a resort as I think of it. Still a cute, compact, clean park with lots of shade. Compact means close and tight of course but doable even with big rigs. Pretty much level concrete patched with gravel pad. Wifi was Ok for the basics, good Verizon signal. - fulltimer121
Aug 2019 - $47.00
Very clean park right on the Rogue River. Staff was very friendly. - Donnalacy
May 2018 - $39.00
I had a bad feeling about this place when we found out that the office closes at 3:00pm. Our package was there for us and when we got to the site, one of the permanent residents was parked in our site. With that resolved we pulled in and it was a little smaller than we would have liked. If the office were open we would have asked for another site. We were just staying a night so didn't want to unhitch. Setting up, I couldn't find a cable outlet. Easy to locate at other sites. Took the dog out to do its business at the pet area depicted on the handout. Thought it was easy to find when I got to the place where a 8 1/2 X 11 piece of paper with a picture of a dog was. As I was leaving with my dog one of the permanent residents started giving me a bad time about being in that area. As it turns out the paper said that the area was closed. This guy was a real jerk and he got extremely angry when I pointed out the fact that this was the designated place on the map. I don't know how many permanents are here but they definitely are the majority. Perhaps the management here should consider just having permanents. It doesn't matter to us. We won't be back. - Woosch
Jun 2017 - $35.00
As noted in other reviews, the sites are very narrow. We stayed in a 40 ft RV with 4 slides and could only get 3 out of 4 out without hitting a bush or tree. Other sites were as narrow, but had fewer trees. The park has mostly long term residents and is impeccably maintained. Our site did not have a picnic table nor was their room for one. It is close to the freeway but since it is in a hollow, freeway noise was not a bother. Utilities were fine. Didn't use the Internet as Verizon worked fine. We got satellite and Campground cable tv worked. My only complaint about the service is that they wanted to be paid in full at the time of the reservation. - Jamul
Apr 2017 - $39.00
Pros: Very clean restroom/shower OK t.v.
Cons: Narrow sites Unreliable internet Early office closure Expensive laundromat Lack of seating outside, including picnic tables.
If you're desperately tired, have plenty of money, and will either be resting or gone all the time, this park is fine. If you enjoy walking around, eating outside, or have a family, I'd recommend a different RV park. - DragnTamr
Sep 2019 - $29.00
Bad stuff - no dump station, really needed one after a week on the road. Very noisy 24/7 being literally 20 ft from I-5 was hoping to get good sleep after a week on the road, didn't happen. 4 signs saying no smoking in bath and restrooms, people smoke all the time in both, reported it to camp host, response was "so what, people break the rules all the time" direct quote. Local schools pickup kids and drop them off all week, so low/no rent housing at park, many live full time and junk up the sites, looks and smells like homeless shelter most of the time. Good parts, near Redwoods and Crater lakes NP and caverns, good for a station for parks, just won't get any sleep. Bath and showers cleaned but full of smoking. Nice trees, but still see I-5 from campsite, and homeless trashup campsites. Best thing is price and jump off location, that's all. - Dragon22565
Jul 2019 - $31.00
The Oregon State Park system is definitely in better shape than the State system in California! This is a great park that sits against the Rogue River. Sites seemed to be hit or miss with regards to being level; ours was fine. Even the ones that were not level didn't seem to be off by much. Camp hosts were amazing! We seemed to have a little trouble with the power post on our site; we were running off of the 30-amp and the circuit tripped twice at the power post during our stay. Overall, a great stay; only 5 miles from Grants Pass, which has plenty to do. - Urbanthesis
Jun 2019 - $29.00
Always like staying here, beautiful and green this time of year. Long level site, many sites are large and level. Loop F is electric and water but dump site available in park. FHU readily available elsewhere in park. Check-in can be slow sometimes. Used Reserve America to reserve campsite. (additional $8 transaction fee). Freeway nearby adds some noise but the parks beauty makes it all worthwhile. - granitebaygeezer